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Room 21 .Jem'* it
She Sknwratir aiiiics.
Published Every Friday Morning, By
EDITOR ANO PROPRIETOR.
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OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth's Brick
official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
A'lyerlisemont« will lie inserted in the T imes
at the following rates :
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each subsequent one........... 1.00
For legal advertisements, $2.50 per square
of 12 lines, fi rst insertion, and SI .(Mi j>er s< i uare
for each siilisequent insertion.-
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarferlv.
Job print ingnoatly and promptly executed*
. ............ .
OREGON NTATE GRANGE.
Rates ol KuhxcrI|»t ioii t
One copy, i»er annum,...............................
six month«,................................. -•
l’R( )F ESS ION AL CARDS.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV.
W are - Room,
general notes AND a EM*.
GRANGER* TEN <0.11 II A N»ll EN TN.
Tilton vs. Beecher is set for the Sth
I. Thon shall love the (»range with i The following articles of incorpora,
of December in the Brooklyn Court.
all thy heart and with all thy soul, and tion were filed at the ofHee of the Sec
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Indiana has 21,000 Odd Fellow«, and thy brother Granger as thyself.
retary of State on Tuesday, 10th Inst.:
H. Thou shalt not allow the name
Ha« removed to Jacksonville, ami tenders
the lodges have property valued at of the Grange to be evil spoken of, but
Th!« instrument, executed’ in tripli
his professional services to the public.
witnesseth that Daniel Clark, E.
FIB«T JUDICIAL UKTBICT.
-hall severely chastise the wretch who
II. N. Hill and M. Fisk, do
3 lie M. E. Board of Missions appro speaks of it with contempt.
District Attorney,....................... U- K* Hanna opposite an<l west of the M. E. Church.
111. Remember that Saturday is hereby associate themselves together
priated this year $821,000 for mission Grange day. On it thou «halt set i ami make these articles of incorpora
H. K. HANNA,
' <>f furniture, consisting of.
i'onnty Judge,................ ............E. B. Watson
aside thy hoe and thy rake and thv tion under and in pursuance to tho
( I.ihn O’Bricn.
Cnnntv f’<>mmi«*ioners. ..... ( M. \.ITuoston
A London company make a proposi sewing machine, ami wa-h thyselfand general laws of Oregon, relating to tho
formation of private corporations.
Sheriff,............................... ........J. W. M:mmnc
tion to fund the whole of the debts of appear Ifore the M istemf the Grange
First—The said Daniel Clark, E.
BT* REAUS. TABLES.
I with smiles and songs and cheers.
the Southern States.
Treasurer,.......................... .................... K. Kubli Will practice in all the Courts of the S’ate. i
«:■«, H. N Hill, and M. Fisk, their
the fourth week thou .«halt not appear
.................. ......... ........ W. A . < 'hiblt'r«
1’romnt attention given to all business ¡eft
Tlx» Fall wool clip of California will empty handed, but «halt surely bring associates, successors and assign, do
S.'I hw J Su|a>rintendent,. ......... IL <’. Fh'Uiimi- in niy care.
Nnrvevor............................ . ............ F.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
reach two million pounds, and the clip a pair of duck«, a turkey roasted with hereby form an Incorporation, and
Coroner.............................. .............. H. T. Tnlow
E. B. WATSON.
fire, a cake baked-iti an oven, a roast idopt as the name assum'ed bjT said
c. W. KAHLER.
I for the entire year five million.
Official Pai»er,.................. D emoubatic T imes
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
pig, and pies and fruits in abundance incorporation, and by which it shall
KAHLER «& WATSON,
Boston is threatened with a “water for thy harvest feast. So shalt thou be known, “The Oregon State Grange
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
Conntv Judge............................ M. F. Baldwin
Attorneys mid Coiinvlors-nt-Lnw,
famine,” and all persons arc requested cat an 1 be merry, and “Freights and of the l’atron« of Husbandry.”
(S. Afes««ugcr, 1
Second—The duration of ibis incor
County Commissioners........ j Janie«- Nerlv.
Fares” shall be remembered no more.
to use water sparingly in that city.
shall be perpetual.
Sheriff,............................................ Dan. L. Green
• IV. Honor thy Master an«l all who
A1«o Door«. Sn«b and Blind* alwavs on
The business enterprise and
Clerk................................................................. ('bus. Hughe«
sit in authority over thee, that the
Will practice in the Supreme. District and band and niad<> toordor. I’binuur «lone on
Treasurer................................................................ " m.^aiicke
in which said corporation
other (’ourt« ofthi« Stqte.
Grang«1 may be long in the land which
rens-onab!«'tei ins. ’îl' Undertakin,r a spe
Otfice in tho building formerly occupied cialty.
is the acquiring by gift,
discharge of his double-barreled shot Uncle Sam has given thee.
KchoorSuperlntendent,.............. B. F. Sloan by O. Jacobs, opposite <'onrt Hon««'.
or otherwise, of
Snrvevor............................................... N. Sandors
V. Thou shalt not go to law.
Coroner......................................... Geo. F. Briggs
J. II. STINSON.
.1. R. NEIL.
VI. Thou shalt not burn thy straw, real estate and personal property’,
X,.. b ’T'T
i, L RTCD
uxu ¿)> ”
Official Paper.................... D emockati «' T ime
Internal revenue receipts for the la-t but shalt surely stack it for thy cattle and tlie holding, using, selling, dispos
STINSON A NETL,
ing of and conveying the same ; the
fiscal year were $102,(114,647 ; which in winter.
of ships ; the shipment of
.Pirt-sou Chwnf»/.—Circuit Court, second
IH V F. R Y
S T A II T. F,
is $2,645,747 in excess of the esti
VII. Thou shalt do no business am
Mondav in Fehrnarv, .Tune and November.
other grain and produce,
pay as thou goest, as much as
County Court, first Mondav in each month.
wares and merchandise
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
in the best, and surely pay thy sule
.TnA^fthine Ootmhj.— < 'ircuit Court, second
the carrying on of a
Mondav in Anril and fourth Mondav in Oc Will practice in the Supremo. District and
script ion for thy piper, for in stich
tober. Conntv Court, first Monday in Jan
other Courts of th«' State. Prompt atten
he fitted out and start for the North little things there is much Christianity, general merchandising bu«iness; the
uary, April, Julv and Cletpher.
next May, under the command of an I
VIII. Thou shalt gather and save borrowing and loaning of money on
<Hilco on California street, bc’woon
all the “hay-seed” ami with it annoint mortgage and personal security, and
i officer of the navy.
Justice of the Peace................... J. H. SHnson
Third and Fourth.
thyself, for in such tIn-re is more the carrying on of a general banking
Constable................................... -A. M. Asbury
The PostiniVdor-General having suc honor than to be arrayed in purple and business; disposing of stock in other
aving just received A N FW
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
J. A. I'ALLENDF.K, V.D. | A.C. MATTHIAS. M. V.
strwk of Tlarrif'««, Bnerrio«
corporation«, whether home or foreign.
ceeded in breaking up straw bids for fine linen.
(C. Beekman, Pres’t.
riii'/o«, w«'arc now orr>n:ir«'«l t > fnrmsli otir
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS,
Fourth—The principal offi-e and
| Sol. S.a.'b«.
mail contracts, now find« himself con
IN. Thou «halt by all means have
patr> > ti « ami Ihc public goncnilly with as
! John Bilger,
of business of this corporation
Physirians & Siirsrons.
I Henrv Judge,
fronted by straw bonds filed by suc thy life insured in the Grangers’ Lifp I «hall lie in the city of Portland, Oregon.
1 K. Kubli.
Insurance Company, that thy wifeand
\ •; can br> ha J oil tho T’acifi«' Const. Sad'Bo cessful bidders.
Fifth—The amount of the capital
little ones may have friends when
lior«os b >r<-A r<> <»n tn an v t>art < tlip country.
of the corporation shall be $50,-
..... Henrv Pano
Animals BoUiHlT and S«»| D. Hors.'«
Jones, elected ( lerk of the Court of thou art cremated and gathered unto
ooo, United States gold coin, divided
brnkn to work «ini»l«‘ or «liHilil«*. Ilor-c*«
. Appeals of Kentucky by 56,000 major thy father.«.
Having formed a (’«•»-pnrfnersl’ip for thn Jw'ardr'd. and tb«> hc«t of care bestowed upon
X. Thou «halt have no Jewish mid into shares of $100, like gold coin,
ity, is declared ineligible, because* he
prîK’tico of our profession, wo offer our ser i them while in onr charsrc.
dlemen between thy ranch ami Liver each, with power to increase.
vice« to the public.
KCOUKTERMS ARE. REASONABLE.
In witness whereof we have set onr
<>ei<v on California Street, opposite
pool to fatten on thv,honest toil, but
and seals in triplicate this
Union Livery Stable.
' lenge to fight a duel live years ago. shall surely charter thy own ship« and
MANNING A ISH.
J'lrksoni ill»’ I
No. 1ft. 1. 0.0. F.,
seventh day of November, A. D. 187 4.
The Judges of the Appeal Court of «ell thine own pro luce and use thine
H.'bl« it« roerulnr mocOn"« '■'•orv
D aniel C lark ,
Sa»ur«!>iv «‘vonin*.’«• tbr> < »bl Eel-
own brain«. This is the last and best
E. F orde »?,
low’« Hall. Brother« in aoo«! M.andimr nro
PHYSICIAN AND SURGZCN,
■ Beecher to a bill of particulars in the commandment. On this hang all the
invited to atten«!.
H. N H ill ,
law and profits. Ami if there he‘any
T. T. McKENZIE, N. G.
.lacksouv ilio. Ores
F isk .
* alleged seduction and adultery case, others, they bo these ; choko monopo
CITY I>RTTCr STORE,
J ohn B ilgeb . Rec. See’v.
j Judge Reynolds denies it and Judge I lies, break up ring«, vote for honest I
John A. Boyer, Isaac Sachs, K»«par Ku
F aba lysis .—Paralysis is becoming
I men, patronize thv county paper«, fear
i McCue thinks it should be awarded.
Having located in »he town of Jackson villo,
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for tho piirpo-o of practicing Surgerv and
God and make money, so shalt thou a prime disease. It is not confined to
Jiektonvillr Stnmm No, H’, r. ft. B.
, A San l’ranci-co prodigy, “General
otiier branche« of hi« profession. ro«pect-
prosper, and sorrow ami b ird times the fleshy, the plethoric, nor the aged.
fullv ask« a por*ion of the public pvron-
Holds its regular
flee away, ami thv days shall be Tho fast life of our business young
he new firm of ratti er a - Bnn.
age. O:!i««e—Second door north of thè U. I
evenintr at tl»cDd<! Fellows’ I Lili. Br«»th«'rs
ing a sensation in I’aris. His real long in the land.— (¡ranger.
men tells on them. It is a very com-
in uo«><l standing arc inv“od
BEN SACHS, O. ('.
mon thing to see men of 30 and 35,
!Wame is Leopold Kohn, ami he wa-
Dr. B. N. MOD’SETTE.
A. TV htn , R. *5.
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
feeble-gaited, and walk
How a Di tciiman was “M istook
ls>rn in San Francisco, hi- parents be-
Trustee*—IL'rman v. Helm«, Ben Sachs,
canes, their underpin- ’
Ever brought to Sou*h«'ru Oregon. Also , iug both of fullsize. Dot weighs eigh- ed .”—A day or two since several
the latest ami finest style« of
Comstockers, who were seated in one ■ ning knocked out, with other signs of
Or^so’iinn Pornhontai Tribr No. 1. Im-
' teen poumls.
of our breweries sipping their l iger, j premature ago. These signs of early
proved or«!or of Red Men. bold« it«
The situation in Louisian i can be be<jfln in a hoa-tful way to tell of tho : weakness develop in paralysis. Sud-
stated councils at the Rod Men’« i
«len deaths from this cause are very
Hall the third sun in everv seven, sun«, in Having ]r>crVo<l ]x>rtnanr'nllv in A«hlan<1. TOILET ARTICLES, im-lmbrnr tj„.
:n,(] pretty well under«too«l, when it is 1 great mon for whom they had b«>on I
tcmlors lii« |>r<'fe«si«»nal services t<> the <.»i<'ane«t a««nr*m<’nt of < 'OMMON and PER
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
Several have occurred in
■ -fated that tax levy this year for St.it«' mistaken. One stated that while trav- ’ railroad train«, tlie vibration seeming
jH'oi'lc of the town ami the surronmling FUMED SOAPS in this market.
brothers in good standing.
«■¡¡ng on one occasion through theState j
A. P. OWEN, S.
count rv. Dr. M. i« a grmlnatc of 1 he Med
r-il' Prescriptions <■ irefullv «•omnoumlod. purposes fo«>ts up 7* per cent. This of New York, a gonthmnn came into to predispose persons to the disease.
C. W. S avage , C. of R.
ROBT. KAHLER. Druggist.
does not include the tax in cities for tl’.e car«, ar.d walking up to him «lapp- Not long since a gentleman died in one
with an aflercnnr«e at Pope’s <’olhsre. St.
Louis, ami lias been in active practice for
municipal purposes, Can one be sur- ed him familiarly on the back, exclaim of our churches. He was interested
Oregon Bniswin No. 1,
> . ■ •
• » >
how do ......
you | in a case of discipline. He made a
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Ron« ami Daughter« of Temperance, meet« ?-?•“ t Hlh'e ami resilience on Main street.
prised that the people are dissatisfied '.’ ing, “Why,
•»n Tnc««!av evening of each work in tho
report to the church on the case, *, sat
« > If
\’ srrif ; 7’
This rate of taxation is in excess of the . do ?” J Another stated that upon get-! down,
R«*<1 Men’« Hall. Brothers and sisters in
laid his head on the back of
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY, WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. usual interest in most of the States of i ting on a steamer at Aspinwall, when the seat, and instantly expired. Tn
good standingare invited m atmnd.
( on his way to California a few years
ULRICH, W. P.
another case a man not accustomed
F. K asshapeb , R. S.
I ' ago, a gentleman had rushed up to
The old S in Francisco Mint was es- j him, seized him by the hand, and to public .speaking arose to relate his
religious experience; he was so excited
Wurm Lodfp No. 1ft,! A. F. «V I. M.. i
I known and popular resort would in tablished in lb53, since whi n it has j cried, “Commodore Vanderbilt, it
that he could scarcely speak. In the
Hold« it« regular communication«
form their friends and the public «rencrallv turned out $373,547,600, of which ! i affords mo great pleasure to see you
on the AVrsInesdav evenin'?-« or nre-
1 here, sir ?” While these stories were mid«t of his remarks he was .seized
HE SUITOLASTTC YEAH OF THIS
ce«tlng the full moan, in Jncksonvil’e. Ore
school will «•oniuw'nc«». about tho middle
¡being told, it was observed th it a with paralysis, and carried to his home.
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
norter, etc., is con«tantlv kept on hand.
M ax M vlleb , See’v.
mainder in silver, e«pial to i; coinage ; » Dutchman seated near tho party was Our young men will have to tone down
of elev«?n weeks each. The following are tho Thev will lie pleased to have their friends
their style of living if they want to
“call and smile.”
of al»out $18,000,00p per annum. The . growing quite uneasy. He listened t
Roth Rfb'knh lkfrrr Lodff No. 4,1. 0. 0. F-. Roar«l and ♦iiifion, per term.............. .$40.00
i ! very attentively to the conversation,
A Cabinet of Curiosities ma v also ho found
! hitching his chair gradually nearer
H o 1«1 m It.« regular m°e*in"« n” every other Be«l ami Bo<l«limr................................... . 4.0t»
. s.oo lioro. Wo would l>o pleased to have persons the current fiscal year has b«ien unusu ami nearer tho group of men of remark
Monday evening at Odd Fellow« Hall. I Drawing and painting.........................
B y a law of Congress approved
Memlwrs in good at.anding am Invited to Piano,......................................................... .. 15.00 possessing curiositio« and «p« «•inion« bring ally large, being at the rate of $36,000,- ■
22, 187!, entitled “An Act for the
Entrance fee, only once,................... ,. 5.00
N. FISHER, N. G.
000 per annum.
J ane K vblt , R. S.
relief of settlers on railroad lands,” it
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
WINTJEN A HELMS.
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
A war cloud seems to hang over
lieon ri'lated. At last he «aw an open
Primary, per term,
Jnrkxonvillr Tnrnvprin No. 1,
That in the adjustment of all rail
Europe just at this time, growing <ilit ' ing, and thus told his story : “Well,
Holds its regular meetings nt Tnrnverein Senior,
land grants, whether made direct
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS of the apparent unfriendly relations : yendiemen, «lot reiniden me «lot times
Hnll every Mondav evening. Regular Ex
any railroad or to any State for
ercising everv Mond»«v and Tbur-dav eve
between Russia and Germany.
If a 1 von 1 first gone to Cincinnaddi dare. I railroad purposes, if any of the lands
alieoiinia S treet ,
CHAS. NICKELL, Presi«lent.
entrance. For further particulars apply at
war should break out lietween these vos eoomo to Circinnaddi dare on one granted be found in the possession of
En. H orne , Secretary.
not only France, but dem Hchteampoats. Veil, I coomos an actual settler whose entry or filing
i two countries,
dare to Cincinnad«!!, ami ven dor poat
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
most likely several otiier continental stop 1 valk down der hank to dor le has been allowed under the pre-emp
I XTONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND BE«T
tion or homestead laws of the United
Hold« Its regular meetings at the District
N Wines, Brandies. Whiskies and Cigars powers, would become involved. The vee mit mine garpet sacks in mine States subsequent to the time at which,
Rcho«»l House everv Fridav evening.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY! kept.
W. J. STANLEY, I ’resident.
repeated assurance of the “Great Pow hand oml mine pig moors-haum pipes by the decision of the land office, tho
R out . K ahlf . b , Sec’y.
DRTNKS, 12* CENTS.
ers” of the prospects of long-continued in mine mout, ven yoost den one ven- right of said road was declared to have
dleman—he vas a fine lookin’ feller
I CAN FURNISH
NO CREDIT TN THE FUTURE— it don’t peace, while differences and annoy
—he rush upto me, and mid astondish- attached to such lands, the grantees,
J. H. HYZER,
upon a proper relinquishment of the
First-Class WATER PIPE. can alwavs bo supplied with tho purest and ances are known to exist, only serve inent took me by der hand ond cry lands so entered or filed for, shall be
bo«t t<> bo found on the Coast. Give mo a to create still greater uneasiness.
oml : “Yesus Christ 1 how you vas ?”
entitled to select ah equal quantity of
«•all, ami you will be well satisfied.
PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
Cheaper and More Durable
On the 30th day of October the In 17 rg ini a Ch ron i cl e.
other lands in lieu thereof from any of
the public lands not mineral and within
NV hat B oss T weed M ight S ee .
tion brought in from the Modoc coun —If the convict’s vision t<»ok a broader I tho limits of the grant not otherwise
Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material.
Third Street, Jacksonville, Oregon, try the bones of their two comrades scope, ho might see, perhaps, tlie! appropriated at the date of selection, j/
to which they shall receive title to same
ANY SIZE FURNISHED.
killed in Captain Jack’s war. They scenes in Washington, were Shepherd, as though originally granted. And1
HAVE BOUGHT M r . ACKLEY'S TN-
tereat in the painting business, and will
were enclosed in rude coffins and bur a later Boss of full growth—every I any such entries or filings thus re
endeavor to conduct it myself on terms to
Send viur orders to
mrit the times. Favors respectfully Holie-
ied. Ono being of tho Wasco tribe whit as corrupt as his prototype, and 1 lieved from conflict may be perfected
far more sordid and selfish—»till basks i
THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ents .
and tho othera Warm Springs Indian, in the sunshine of Federal favor. He into complete title as if such lands had
Or A lex . M abtin , Agent. Jacksonville.
X B.—I win settle all accounts of tbc late
firm, pro »nd eon.
J. H. H YZER.
each was buried in the graveyard of Uiight see this unpunished rascal junk not been granted,
Jacksonville, June 6, 874.
piTtMCE WINES, LIQUORS AND CT- his own tribe.
On Sunday, tho 4th, eting at Cap^ May with the President ,
' > gar« constantly on band. Tho reading
P aragraphs W orth R emember
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi before the remains were taken to their of the United States, ami realize hi* !
/ORN L. CARTER <fc SON.
.—Benzine and commonxJay will
cals ami loading papers of tho Coast. 29tf.
final testing place, C. II. Walker held own great error in not allying himself!
earlier with the regular organization clean marble.
of the Republican party. Ho might j Castor oil is an excellent thing to
CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville. n. L. werb .
S. P. JONES.
see Tremain, who assisted (for a re- soften leather.
am. glycerine will re-
gratitude tho whites owed the faith tainer of $25,(100) at this conviction,
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
all kind« of Painting, including
ate cutting , shaving , sttam -
ful scouts furnished them by the two in helurlf of the degraded' and de. and soften the hand«. -------
pooing and ladies’ hair cutting d«iiie in
Corner of California and Third Streets, * tribes which were represented by the
A dose of castor oil will aid you in
hauehed Durell of Louisiana, and he 1
two bravo follows which had fallen, might learn how the men who had j removing pimples.
Webb <Jt Jones, Propr’s.
Tho Indians who had assembled to turned the Federal Trea«urv over to j Spirits of ammonia, diluted a little,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
will cleanse the hair very thoroughly.
An entirely new discovery for cleansing
I bury their fallen friends appeared thieves were elevated to the bench f
AT.T. style* ol Graining Done.
nglish ale and porter , together ■ glad to see that their services and for foreign missions.— Utica (A’. ).) !
ral vigor. Price, $1.00 pt r bottle.
with the finest brands of liquors ami ci- I sacrifices were appreciated.
A dvertising begets wealth.
Order« from Uie«‘oantry promptly attend-
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STATE tIF OREGON
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
........ L. F. Grover
G .«vc m«*»r
.JS. F. Chadwick
Secr»'tarv of Stat«
........ V. IL Brown
..... M, V. Brown
Sup’t of Public Instriudion... L. L. Rowland
Cor. Calilornia A' Oregon Sts.,
RAZORS <' 4 REFUELV PUT TN ORDER. ‘ gars always en hand.